|Coin||Two Hundred Dollars 1982|
Gold $200, the reverse features the logo of the Games and a hurdler.
The reverse was designed by Stuart Devlin, incorporating the logo designed by Hugh Edwards, the winner of a nation-wide competition held in 1978. The symbol is derived from the form of a bounding kangaroo.
The obverse of the coin shows the crowned and draped young bust of Queen Elizabeth II facing right (her effigy known as the "Second Portrait", by Arnold Machin).
The Queen wears the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" diamond tiara, a wedding gift from Queen Mary (Her Majesty's grandmother) in 1947 - which she also has on the Rank-Broadley and the Gottwald portraits.
Around, the monarch's legend and the date of issue: ELIZABETH II AUSTRALIA 1982.
Athlete hurdling right, around, X11 COMMONWEALTH GAMES BRISBANE below athlete, 200 / DOLLARS (there is an error in the inscription - it says X11 instead of XII).
||200 DOLLARS X11 COMMONWEALTH GAMES BRISBANE